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Trick of the Light by Fiona McCallum
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really liked it

Thank you Harlequin for sending us a copy to read and review.
Fiona writes heartfelt, realistic, raw emotion stories that are honest, touching and wrap readers in a warm blanket.
Erica has just lost her husband, is grieving and her two daughters are about to embark on a planned overseas vacation.
When the accountants arrive on her doorstep, she discovers her supposedly organised husband has left her broke and owing money everywhere.
Whilst hiding the truth and embarrassment from everyone she tries to get back on her feet by being frugal wherever possible.
Her job as a make up consultant seems to be something she is secure in until the company has to close and she loses her employment.
Everything comes crashing down and on top of all that, there’s strange occurrences in her home.
Will she be able to come out the other end and look towards a bright future?
A moving journey of one woman’s struggles and courage to endure and recover from grief, money problems and the darkness of life.
Like all Fiona’s tales, it’s a book you can disappear into and come out the other end feeling contented and serene.
Passionately written and sympathetically told, it’s sincere and uplifting whilst vulnerable and sensitive.
An exploration of self discovery, hope, overhauling your future and finding it’s never too late to search for your dreams.
I really think there’s more of Erica’s story to tell, fingers crossed.
Fiona will continue to be a stable member on my reading shelves.
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Reading Progress

March 17, 2021 – Started Reading
March 18, 2021 – Finished Reading
March 20, 2021 – Shelved

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